Lt. Gov. Brad Little
Rankings, rankings, rankings: Fact-checking Monday’s gubernatorial debate
Here’s what Brad Little and Paulette Jordan had to say about education. And here’s what the numbers really say.
Wilson builds on fundraising edge over Ybarra
Democrat Cindy Wilson heads into the final four weeks of the state superintendent’s race with nearly a 4-to-1 fundraising advantage over GOP incumbent Sherri Ybarra.
Idaho Press: IEA will back Little in November election
The teachers’ union had backed Lt. Gov. Brad Little shortly before the GOP’s gubernatorial primary.
Little’s education plan: a breakdown
Lt. Gov. Brad Little’s three-page education plan unveils a few new wrinkles, sidesteps a couple of touchy topics — and works in a few digs at his political opposition.
Ahlquist, Little reject state-funded pre-K push
The Republican gubernatorial candidates made their remarks at a Twin Falls City Club forum. Rep. Raul Labrador did not attend the forum, but he has said he opposes state-funded pre-K.
Little to file paperwork for gubernatorial run
Lt. Gov. Brad Little will file paperwork on Wednesday for a run for governor in 2018, the Idaho Statesman reported.
Commissioner files to challenge Little
Idaho County Commissioner Jim Chmelik, an outspoken advocate of state management of public lands, will take on Lt. Gov. Brad Little in the May 20 GOP primary.
And Brad Little is running for …
Idaho’s lieutenant governor had been vague about his 2014 election plans. At a fund-raiser in his hometown of Emmett Wednesday, Little made his intentions known.
A Monday election roundup
GOP Lt. Gov. Brad Little will announce his plans to run for … something. Attorney General Lawrence Wasden, meanwhile, will seek re-election. And is Democrat Bert Marley considering another run for state schools superintendent?
The campaign money trail: an early look
Who was Gov. Butch Otter’s biggest campaign benefactor this year? And how much — or how little — has state superintendent Tom Luna collected this year? The latest campaign finance reports yield some interesting answers.